Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu invited his Greek counterpart Nikos Dendias to visit Ankara on April 14. The invitation came, while political consultations between Greek and Turkish Foreign Ministry delegations were taking place on Wednesday.
The prospect of a meeting between the two ministers in the near future was reportedly examined during the consultations.
According to diplomatic sources, the acting Secretary General of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Themistoklis Demiris, informed the Turkish Deputy Foreign Minister, Ambassador Sedat Onal, that Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias has accepted, in principle, the invitation provided, however, that the conditions allow it.
In fact this means that FM Dendias will visit Ankara if no reasearch or other Turkish vessels will be sailing around in the Aegean Sea, no air space violations by Turkish fighter jets will take place and Turkey will not keep challenging its neighbor Greece with provocative statements.